Using search function I found a similar case where checking of security rights were recommended but this advise did not solve my problem.
I have a Veeam BaF v 4.1.2 64 bit installation on a VM running Win2k8 R1 64 bit SP2.
Veeam BaF was installed as Domain Administrator using a domain account (domain\su_veeam) for Veeams database instance.
I am using a seperate Veeam backup job for each VM (vSphere 4.0 with VC).
I want to copy the .vbk files after Veeam BaF did its job on each VM to a network share to backup them seperatly to tape.
Network share is mounted as drive i:\
For this I created a batch file for each VM which contains (besides of some logging) the following:
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xcopy C:\veeam_backup\VMdirectory\*.vbk i:\ /V /Y /C /F /H /R /K >> C:\log\vm_log.txt
Veeam BaF does its job but after backup the machine it fails to xcopy the .vbk file to the network share on i:\
I have also tried to create local administrative accounts named su_veeam on both the Veeam server and the file server serving the network share - it helped nothing.
I have given all security rights on the batch file to both domain\su_veeam and local account su_veeam - it also helped nothing.
Any xcopy related action is simply refused ( "0 File(s) copied" ) .
Also the very same result even after changing Veeams service user to domain\administrator or some other users.
I found no hint in neither the Veeam servers Windows event viewer logs nor in the file servers event viewer logs.
I checked security rights on the script folder (c:\scripts), the script itself and the logging folder (c:\log) - nope, nada, njet ...